Ittai Eres and Unjin Lee discuss this year's Ig Nobel prizes, and review some of the most interesting award recipients from the past. Topics: science, ig nobel, nobel, prize, award, darwin, groks, groks science show Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
Shoutouts to Puurokulho for making this amazing Undertale based ITG file. It is truly a masterpiece. You should subscribe to him! Here is his channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/Puurokulho Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XaPWSCnO874 Uploader: Christopher MIKO Sevadjian Upload date: 2016-02-14 Topics: Youtube, video, Gaming
I had no idea that all I had to do was play two different notes for the entire thing. Also, this isn't even half of the footage I have of me and Coby and friends in our new band, Triple threat (I was a last minute addition so they named the band before they dragged me in). I'll let them have their delusions of grandeur for a while and I'll just do my thing. It's not like we'll ever get somewhere. Omigosh-new-camera! Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-j9KjEIDQnk Uploader: shinyjiggly... Topics: Youtube, video, People & Blogs, bass, guitar, noob, jam
➤ Like my stuff? Subscribe, baby! ⇢ http://bit.ly/ace-idiot ➤ Check out MaximumVolty! ⇢ http://bit.ly/MaximumVolty ➤ Support me on Patreon! ⇢ https://www.patreon.com/ace_idiot Get ready to re-live the one of the most frustrating boss battles in video game history! Y'know, the one where Edgeworth had to SAVE in the MIDDLE of Alba's Confrontation!? Quercus Alba, you bastard. ------------------------------------------------------------------- Follow me on Social Media Junk! ➤ Twitter... Topics: Youtube, video, Film & Animation, Ace Attorney Series (Video Game Series), Ace Attorney...
I forgot it was really tiny tho so I decided to wear it as a cape. the detection abilities on this program I'm using leave much to be desired, but it's still kinda cool. Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EopJIwlA_z8 Uploader: shinyjiggly Upload date: 2017-03-02 Topics: Youtube, video, Film & Animation
After a week of wait, it finally got here! I won a contest on the 0x10^c forums that required me to simply post what I would do with it if i won and post my twitter name. I kept my promise and made this video. Yes, I know I look stupid in this video. Have you ever tried to dance with a piece of plastic? the song in the background is called zygibado! by dw on 8-bit collective (is that place down for good?) Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=breEn8Nslso Uploader: shinyjiggly Upload date:... Topics: Youtube, video, Travel & Events, 0x10c, 0x10^c, 3D printing
Water is fundamental to all life but little is actually known about its inter-molecular dynamics and structures. On this program, Anders Nilsson talks about the frontiers of water science. Topics: chemical physics, hydrogen bonding, ice, lasers, phase transition, SLAC, supercooling, water, X-rays
Although most scientists strive to win a Nobel Prize, a handful are even luckier to win an Ig Nobel Prize. On this program, Marc Abrahams discussed the winners of the 2010 Ig Nobel Prize. Topics: science, Ig Nobel, humor, groks Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
The Ig-Nobel Prizes are awarded every year to research that first makes you laugh, then makes you think. The founder of these unique awards, Dr. Marc Abrahams, joined us to discuss these awards. Topic: Science Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
Is your inclination to socialize linked to your allergies? Until now, human behavior was not believed to be influenced by the immune system; however, recent findings suggest otherwise. On this program, Anthony Filiano discusses how interferon molecule, an immune molecule, is needed to socialize in a variety of different animals. Topics: social behavior, immunity, interferon Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
In this episode we talk with Dr. David Hand about his book "The Improbability Principle" and why "miracles" and coincidences happen much more often than we would expect. Topics: improbability, statistics, groks, science, math Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
Cats and dogs: companions, protectors, health-improvers? We love our furry friends, but recent studies show that cats and dogs may benefit us in ways that go beyond companionship. Groks hosts Samantha Thomas, Chenan Zhang and guest-host Courtney Kagan discuss research findings that show how these animals can boost our health and well-being. Topics: Pets, Cats, Dogs, Health, Immune system
Economics is often viewed as the dismal science, but everyday decisions are often guided or aided by economic considerations. On this program, Prof. Tyler Cowen discussed incentive economics. Topics: science, economics Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
What are the connections between the immune system and the brain? How could these interactions give rise to mental disorders, such as schizophrenia and autism? On this program, Prof. Paul H. Patterson discused Infectious Behavior. Topics: science, biology, immunology, neurosciencel groks Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
Infertility treatment has given many couples the opportunity to have children they might not have had otherwise. An unfortunate side effect of this progress is the number of embryos that remain in storage long afterwards. This show covered the legal and ethical dilemmas of dealing with these embryos. Topic: Science Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
How are explanations of the world developed and how do we sort good and bad explanations? Is there a limit to our knowledge of the world? On this program, Prof. David Deutsch discussed the beginning of infinity. Topics: science, philosophy, knowledge, infinity, groks Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
Understanding the fundamental forces of nature is one of the hallmarks of modern physics. However, mathematically describing these forces often results in the emergence of infinities. On this program, Prof. Frank Close discussed the infinity puzzle. Topics: science, cosmology, particle physics, physics, groks Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
The connection between inflammation and aging may be related in part by the foods we eat. On this program, Dr. Nicholas Perricone discussed his theory for a healthy diet. Topics: science, nutrition Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
Although information technology has revolutionized modern life, many parts of the world still require considerable development. On this program, Manolo Figallo discussed bridging the information gap in developing parts of the world. Topics: science, policy, information technology Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
This series of videos will teach you how to make your own Props, Items and Memorabilia from your favourite games. This tutorial will teach you how to make an Inkling Boy hat from Splatoon, perfect for any Cosplayer or Splatoon fan. I've seen loads of Girl Inkling hats around so decided to make a boy one instead. Make sure you check out NoteBlock for more great Video Game music remixes: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6ANdSKJuZz4cRNmcfvWGSw FIND THE TEMPLATES HERE:... Topics: Youtube, video, Howto & Style, Splatoon, Splatoon DIY, Inkling DIY, Splatoon Cosplay, Nintendo...
breathe life for spookycattlerancher part of inky's sbargrist project music by kevin macleod "i was thinking since my sbarg player is a lord of life, she would be traveling through her land (land of night and desolation) and all of her consorts would just be dead. every last one of them. she'd think she screwed up her land, because all of her co-players have alive consorts and plants and everything is just so ALIVE AND MOVING for them. for her, its a barren, broken wasteland in perpetual... Topics: Tindeck, audio, Homestuck, Vocal
Crickets, cicadas, and katydids are the noise makers among the insects. But, how are their sounds distinguished from one another? On this program, Lang Elliot discussed the songs of insects. Topics: science, insects Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
This track was downloaded from its original home at https://soundcloud.com/insomniaoceanic/s-katy-make-a-speech as part of the SBARG Archival Project. It has not been edited. The original soundcloud description was as follows: Good luck, Loves. Topics: SBARG, Soundcloud, spoken, spoken word, sbarg, sbargv2, arg, katy, katy collins
Establishing adequate policies for maintaining the environment remains a profound challenge...one requiring international cooperation. On this program, we explored this multi-faceted issue with Dr. Masaka Yamabi. Topic: Science Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
The advent of new technologies has opened up a new avenue for scam artists. How do we protect ourselves against scams online and in daily life? On this program, Fred Claridge discussed tips for avoiding internet scam artists. Topics: science, internet, scams, groks Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
Although the internet is often viewed as a knowledge warehouse, the potential as a social medium is being explored by those interested in social networks. On this program, Jerry Michalski discussed social networks and the future of the internet. Topics: Science, internet, social networks Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
Traveling in the age of the internet can be perilous, but also profitable if you know your way around. On this program, we uncovered the best internet travel options for the frugal traveler. Topic: Science Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
She is not just a super talented teacher..she is such a fun person!! The interview I've been waiting for is here! I've learned so much from her and I'm sure you will too! :) Do you wanna find Ulia? Here you go: https://www.facebook.com/groups/EasyRussianwithUlia/ http://polinasvetlaja.wix.com/easy-russian; http://www.russianclub.com.ua For those who have been asking for the transcript of the interview with Ulia, here it is on Explore Russian.... Topics: Youtube, video, Education, learn Russian, Ulia Sinaieva, Russian language, Angelos Georgakis,...
Consciousness remains one of the frontiers of modern science; however, innovative methodologies may soon reveal an understanding of how the brain gives rise to conscious experience. We discussed this issue with Prof. Christof Koch from Caltech. Topic: Science Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
Most people would agree that a biological understanding of mental illness is an important effort and, accordingly, it is widely pursued. But how often do you hear about researchers investigating positive qualities such as mindfulness, compassion, and creativity? Today we'll talk with Dr. Richard Davidson, neuroscience professor at the University of Wisconsin and director of the Center for Investigating Healthy Minds. He is widely known for his brain imaging studies of meditating Buddhist monks... Topics: Brain plasticity, Mental health, meditation, Buddhism, compassion, mindfulness, brain imaging,...
In this interview with Marcelo Gleiser we talk about his 2014 book, "The Island of Knowledge" and then hear a little about his new book "The Simple Beauty of the Unexpected". Topics: science, groks Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast